Enseo Earns Wi-Fi Alliance Certification
HD3300D and Enseo Radio Module Now Certified
Richardson, TX, - May 26, 2016 - Enseo, the fastest growing hospitality integrator, recently earned the Wi-Fi Alliance industrial certification for its Wi-Fi Access Point included in the HD3300D Set Back Box (SBB) and Enseo Radio Module (ERM). The Wi-Fi Alliance certification recognizes the HD3300D and ERM as having met or exceeded industry standards for Wi-Fi™ devices in security, interoperability, and performance.
Wi-Fi Alliance is the governing agency for interoperability among Wi-Fi devices from different providers. The ERM, in combination with the Enseo HD3300D SBB, forms an access point integrating guest room entertainment with guest internet access. This enables hotel guests to take advantage of wireless internet, Bluetooth® technology, and their own guest-carried content. The ERM also supports Enseo’s patented Home Away from Home™ which creates a personal area network in each guest’s room. The Enseo Wi-Fi solution is compatible with any infrastructure, and when used in conjunction with Enseo’s iCu™ IP over Coax technology, it can also deliver perfect Wi-Fi over Coax using DOCSIS 3.0.
“Enseo is thrilled to receive Wi-Fi Alliance Certification which solidifies Enseo’s Wi-Fi product as a robust and reliable solution for all our customers. The opportunity to add a Personal Area Network in each guest room without re-cabling properties is a tremendous value and benefit to hoteliers,” adds David Simpson, Enseo’s EVP of Product Strategy.
Consistency and reliability for guest use was a significant motivator for Enseo. The Wi-Fi Alliance certification testing validates that the Device Under Test (DUT), in this case Enseo’s HD3300D and ERM, meets interoperability and program requirements. Enseo’s Access Point successfully interoperated with all “real-world” equipment in testing to receive certification. This certification states clearly and without any doubt that guests in an Enseo enabled hotel can reliably access their content from any of their devices.
“I am thrilled with my Enseo enabled Wi-Fi properties. I have found them to be reliable and our guest experience in these rooms is fantastic. As an owner, it is my job to find the best technology for my guests at the best price, and I believe this is Enseo for in-room Wi-Fi. I have used it at multiple branded properties and continue to be convinced this is the right answer for my properties,” said Laurent Bortoluzzi, VP of IT for LXR Resorts.
Enseo is the fastest growing hospitality platform with a 16-year history of delivering sustainable innovation for the world’s largest hotel groups. The Enseo solution includes free-to-guest content, hotel branding, remote monitoring and management, robust guest features, Wi-Fi, digital signage and more. Enseo enables hotels to engage more deeply with their guests by providing them with more unique content choices such as Over-The-Top (OTT) applications, on-screen weather and flight data, and Bluetooth® connectivity all through the guest room TV. Enseo is the first hospitality integrator to license and deploy Netflix®, Pandora®, YouTube®, Hulu® and Crackle®. In addition to guest room control and entertainment, Enseo is the most deployed digital signage platform worldwide powering digital signage in hospitality, retail, healthcare, and stadiums/arenas. For more information, visit www.enseo.com.
About Wi-Fi Alliance®
Wi-Fi Alliance® is a global non-profit industry association – our members are the worldwide network of companies that brings you Wi-Fi®. The members of our collaboration forum come from across the Wi-Fi ecosystem and share a common vision of connecting everyone and everything, everywhere. Since 2000, the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ seal of approval designates products with proven interoperability, industry-standard security protections, and the latest technology. Wi-Fi Alliance has certified more than 30,000 products, delivering the best user experience and encouraging the expanded use of Wi-Fi products and services in new and established markets. Today, billions of Wi-Fi products carry a significant portion of the world’s data traffic in an ever-expanding variety of applications.